A story about mankind and the endless… evolution? This is the first part of Forgotten Suns’ story on evolution. This Portugese quintet have made a very fine album here. From strong instrumental pieces to complete, songs. The music will always keep you listening and wanting more.
Now this isn’t your typical Heavy Metal band. The first thing that hits you is the superb guitar work. The album comes up with so many different guitar styles that make the whole work all the more interesting.
As its title implies, this is a live album, Qango didn’t stay together long enough to record a studio album.
Having discovered this band’s music through their live show, I was eager to listen to the album. Some bands sound great live, but are just awful on disc, and vice versa. But this album really captures the live experience of the band.
This is what you get when ex members of Manfred Mann’s Earth Band, Duran Duran, Jethro Tull, and too many others to mention, get together and decide to have fun.
Music is an art Bjørn Lynne and Mike Oldfield, two names that belong in the same sentence. Not that Lynne sounds like Oldfield. It’s just that he has the same talent for taking you on a long voyage. Based on the novel by the same name of author Allan Cole, Lynne chose for this album […]
This album has been in the works for years, originating as the ultimate artistic dream of Magna Carta label head Peter Morticelli.
When one refers to a time of legends, one usually refers to the Middle Ages or the Greek Antiquity. It takes audacity to refer to our own time as a time of legends. Yet this is what Cairo accomplish. And they accomplish it beautifully! The music is beautiful and takes us on a journey. Right […]